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Claim Number: 01967
Claimant: Kahinu
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Koolaupoko
Ahupuaa: Kaneohe
Ili: Kalaepaa, Waikapoki, Wailele
Statistics: 2470 characters 360 words
No. 1967, Kahinu
N.R. 309v3


Greetings and Peace: I hereby state the boundaries of my land in Kaneohe in the 'ili of Kailipaa, consisting of seven lo'i. On the east is a pali, on the north is the land of Kala, on the west is a kula, on the south is the land of Kuaana. There are two houses with a big fence. One lo'i is in the 'ili of Waikapoki.
KAHINU
December 18, 1847


F.T 66v11
No. 1967, Kahinu

Kekuahani, Hoohikiia, Ua ike au i kona aina ma Kalaepaa 6 loi kalo, a hookahi loi ma Waikapoki a me ka pahale iloko o Waikapoki a me Wailele, Kaneohe Koo ....

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.... 39;s lois
Koolauloa by Kala's land
Makai by the Ili of Wailele
Kailua by Wailele Creek.

No. 3 (House Lot ) is bounded:
Mauka by the kula of Waikapoki
Koolauloa by Kanehoalani's house lot
Makai by the government road
Kailua by the kula of Wailele, Kauikea's land.

The claimant received these lands from me 14 years since, and has possessed them ever since in peace.

Kumuhonua, sworn, says, I am a son of Kaneohe and know the land of claimant. The testimony of Kekuahane is true.

[Award 1967; R.P. 2042; Kalaepaa Kaneohe Koolaupoko; 1 ap.; 2.22 Acs]